DarthBrik wrote:Blitzen wrote:Actually the peach shift happened after the gray shift, so there are some licensed sets that have new bleys with yellow figs, like Rebel Snowspeeder from 2004.
And the first few years of harry potter which I have a few sets of.
Tzan wrote:Quantumsurfer wrote:I generally agree with TzanWarhead wrote:I agree with QuantumSmurfer.
I agree with Warhead.
Daniel wrote:If they are going to do tie ins with Disney owned IP then I would love to see TRON sets. I would love one f the light cycles and one of the tanks.
What can I say, I loved the movie.
james+burgundy wrote:Well as a base you have to take elements B,I,z with about half as much of the compound BS and it does not hurt to add a little of the stupidity to the formula to help keep everything nice and stable either. What happins when you add all these ingredients together is you get an overly snobby Cadian with more English skills then Lego now how. She's very funny to listen to and some of her posts are genuinely worth a good laugh but don't bother when it comes to to her Lego knowledge its all just a bad joke. However there is the added plus of that English skill resulting in a near flawless joke presentation.
dilanski wrote:Is everyone so blind that they're missing the obvious? Or is there perception filter on the picture? why is he on a camel? Pirates of the Caribbean isn't set anywhere near the dessert? OK there may be camels in the new movie but I doubt it. also why have they not used the normal plastic for the hair? I doubt LEGO has took up the licence.
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